Letting go is quite different than giving up, especially when it comes to our health and happiness. For each of us, there are things to let go of which are currently blocking our full experience of joy, love, contentment, peace, friendship, compassion, excitement, and awe.
Being happy can be a tough code to crack. Granted, there is no rule book for happiness. Let’s dabble with a few theories anyway, just to see if they help shed some light on this endeavor.
Feeling guilty is a sign that love is needed. Only through love can the condition of guilt be cured. Let this poem serve as a healing reminder that letting go of guilt is a choice to value peace, and the joy of being alive, above all else.
Sometimes, it’s easy to forget about our ability to be happy in any given circumstance (or we devalue and dismiss that possibility altogether). Sometimes, though, asking the right questions can bring joy to the surface and peace to the situation faster than we could imagine.
How you see determines how you experience your life experiences. Slowly transition from hardened beliefs that stagnate your soul to a softened (but still strong) perspective that lifts you higher; your world as you know it will change in response to your transition. Use these 5 meditation mantras to support your journey back to love, […]
Maybe home is not a place to arrive at, but rather a state of mind to be lived. This is an inspiring poem that conveys a message deeply rooted in love and surrender to what’s true, to who we truly are, and to what home really is.
Happiness is, typically, something you must be willing to create and give in order to receive and enjoy. Being happy can mean something different for everyone, but I’m sure there are a few laws of happiness we can all follow if we want to make the most of life.
Being yourself means living the life that is most real in your heart and most true for you; you can do that with respect for the truth of others. These quotes about being yourself highlight the beauty of the individual path we each take, though it’s best to go hand in hand.
This is a heartfelt poem about loss, one that asks questions and fights against the unknown yet gradually softens into the understanding that perhaps we just need to look for answers in a different way. Maybe if we look with the heart instead of our eyes, we’ll find a better way.
Poetry of the heart speaks of more than romanticism; this short love poem speaks to something that’s eternally present and without heartache—and it speaks to every kind of relationship.